Hollywood often resorts to national stereotypes when portraying movie villains - but why would they want to alienate part of their audience? Tom Brook reports.
The Leica camera celebrates its centenary in 2014. BBC Culture looks at ten historical moments captured through its lens.
From the High Line to the Bois de Boulogne, green spaces provide places of play and relaxation for cities’ inhabitants, writes Jonathan Glancey.
He’s one of the best-selling authors of all time but his work doesn’t get much respect from the literary establishment. Jane Ciabattari asks if that’s fair.
The actor gains a layer of sleaziness in new movie Nightcrawler, exposing the dark underbelly of Los Angeles. Tom Brook talks to him about crossing the line.
Arab filmmakers feel compelled to deal with the militant group – despite threats and intimidation. Emma Jones reports from the Abu Dhabi Film Festival.
As a new exhibition explores a century of mourning attire, Lindsay Baker discovers a strong connection between grief – and glamour.
Nikki Bedi meets Zeynep Fadillioglu, the creative force behind some of Turkey’s most stunning buildings.
Nightcrawler, Inherent Vice and Maps to the Stars wallow in the sleazy underbelly of the movie industry – continuing a long tradition. Nicholas Barber reports.
There are 15 TV series about American politics currently airing in the US. Why do many of them take a negative view of the government? Tom Brook investigates.